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Major EA Sports College Football 25 Reveals Coming This Week

A bundle of EA Sports College Football 25 reveals have just been confirmed, and they'll surely spark fiery debates.
Major EA Sports College Football 25 Reveals Coming This Week
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The wait is almost over for more EA Sports College Football 25 reveals, as tomorrow kicks off "Rankings Week." We're now less than a month away from the College Football 25 release date, and debates among fans all across the nation are about to reach a fever pitch on the road to launch. We've got more details here about what players can look forward and when each reveal will arrive.

EA Sports College Football 25 Rankings Week Reveal Schedule

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One of the most exciting pre-launch moments for every major sports game tends to be when ratings start pouring in. Regardless of how seemingly accurate or backed up by data they try to be, there's always a layer of subjectivity in ranking or rating teams and players heading into a new season. Every single year Madden drops there are arguments about the most underrated and overrated players, and EA Sports College Football 25 is ready to rejoin this tradition.

EA Sports has confirmed "Rankings Week" begins tomorrow. They've got four major reveals scheduled through Friday, and each one is sure to be a hot topic. Here's the full Rankings Week schedule for College Football 25 ratings:

  • Toughest Places to Play: June 25
  • Sights & Sounds Deep Dive: June 26
  • Top Offenses & Defenses: June 27
  • Overall Team Power Rankings: June 28

The first reveal of "Toughest Places to Play" will dig in to the impact of homefield advantage in multiple stadiums. The earlier gameplay deep dive teased some of this, but they included the note that ratings and other details were not yet final.

In that first glimpse, it looked like Georgia, Alabama, and Penn State would all make the top five. Once the official final rankings are dropped, you can bet every single school that isn't ranked number one will have fans screaming about it.

The "Sights & Sounds Deep Dive" is likely to focus on the atmosphere and presentation of College Football 25. While it could end up being the least controversial of this week's reveals, if anything isn't exactly right, fans will definitely let EA Sports know about it.

Finally, we've got "Top Offenses & Defenses" and "Overall Team Power Rankings" rounding out the week. The ESPN Top 25 released last month had Georgia, Ohio State, Texas, Oregon, and Notre Dame in the top five. We won't truly know the best team in the country until the season begins, but EA Sports College Football 25 rankings will offer their own prediction.